Peek-A-Boo! ▌Fort Huachuca Photographer, Arizona


Every afternoon at 4:30pm I find myself in exactly the same seat on the living room couch, nursing my newborn baby born, with the most incredible evening sunlight shining through a set of white curtains behind me. The resulting difused lighting is a photographer's dream... a dream you can't do much about when you are nursing a baby, and then burping the baby, and then most certainly running into the kitchen to finish up dinner preparations. Last night we were ahead of schedule for some reason and the five minutes I did manage with camera in hand, out on the porch, peeking through said window, just melted my heart:


This is one of those photographs where you catch a glimpse of what your baby might look like as he gets older, and it's the first photo where he really defines himself as "different" from his brothers...




We went to a street fair earlier in the day, thus the face paint...

3 comments:

Merrie said... at April 12, 2010 at 9:06 PM

Remember that picture of "the babe" sitting in the driveway in TX with his hoody on, looking sideways? I so see "the bundle" looking like his brother in that 3rd picture. Nice flip of that last photo too.

Holly said... at April 13, 2010 at 12:15 AM

so so so cute!

Julie Rivera Photography said... at April 13, 2010 at 8:36 AM

All that time on the sofa, thinking while feeding, is paying off! These are tremendous. And the Bundle is looking more an dmore like himself, not a wrinkly little guy. What a cutie!